Providence Design’s attention to detail and reputation for success have made them the go-to interior design team for clients around the state
Sisters Mona Thompson and Talena Ray parlayed their love for all things beautiful into an antiques and interior design business in 2002. Their growing love of interior design prompted them to shift the focus of the business to residential design in 2013, when they opened their first studio and retail store in Little Rock. Since then, Providence Design has continued to grow in square footage and selection since its inception.
Mona and Talena’s experience working with clients in a varied range of styles is why clients seek them out, and scouring varied markets and venues throughout the country for unique furnishings is what sets them apart. It’s the reason Providence Design has become a destination shopping experience for customers both in and out of the state.
While they consult daily on projects of all size, Mona says she and Talena have a “real passion for working with clients from the ground up” on remodel and new construction projects. “We love what we do and really enjoy working on all different kinds of projects,” Talena says. “It’s just so much fun helping clients make their homes the very best they can be.”
As far as current trends, Mona and Talena are currently loving cleaner designs and neutrals mixed with color. “The use of multiple textures adds so much interest, and we are hoping that gold metals don’t fall out of grace anytime soon—we love to mix metals,” Mona says.
Top: Image courtesy of Providence Design | Bottom: Photo by Rett Peek